Omino! - arcade puzzle, which is the first and so far the only project of the MiniMana Games studio, based on the concept of the gameplay, "Match 3", but with some significant differences. To begin with, users should be warned that the elements located on the playground can not be moved anywhere. In the same way, the principle of creating chains of identical elements is realized in another way. We can only interact with rings of different colors that appear at the bottom of the screen, and go one after another in the form of a kind of conveyor belt. Thus the user can simultaneously see three following rings. They are allowed to take, only following a certain order, but even this condition allows the gamer to plan not only the next move, but also several subsequent steps. In order to get rid of the rings on the playing space, it is necessary to form a horizontal or vertical row of them, but only from the same elements in color, only after that they will disappear. But that's not all, the fact is that the rings inside themselves contain miniature balls that turn after removing the "hosts" into regular rings, so the field is constantly filled with new elements. The difficulty is that the tandems of the rings with the balls are not always the same color, that is, removing from the field, for example, blue rings in which the red peas are located, we then get a group of red rings and so on.
Allows the app to create network sockets and use custom network protocols. The browser and other applications provide means to send data to the internet, so this permission is not required to send data to the internet.
Allows the app to view information about network connections such as which networks exist and are connected.
New in this version
Introducing a brand new mode with fun new elements!
Arcade Mode features new Stone blocks to add to the challenge, Rainbow rings to match with all colors and Bombs to blast the board! Try it now!
We did some bug cleaning and performance enhancements. The game is faster now and uses less energy.
EveryPlay was asking for too many permissions and not many gamers were using it. So we are removing it with this update.